4 of us went out on an over nighter. I have my favorite San Diego boats, but my buddy talked me into this one, even though we had never been on it. The boat sits really high out of the water and it has a narrow beam for a fishing boat. Actually it's a converted patrol boat, which explains the goofy layout. Captain was sarcastic and condescending right from the get go. One crew member was very nice and helpful, he offered to help anyone who needed help. State rooms were 85 degrees and no ventillation. Guys we're crashing in the galley middle of the night. We made a run to an area that wasn't very good, the rest of the fleet had much higher fish counts than us. For 30 people we had roughly 80 fish. I caught 1 yellow and 6 Dorado and had them filleted, when I went to pay my bill, they only charged me for 3 fish. I asked what happened to my other fish they said they gave them away to other passengers because the limit is 2. I've never had that happen before. I called them out on it because one of my group didn't get any Dorado and I should have been able to give my fish to him if they weren't going to let me keep them. Anyway, kind of a bummer trip all the way around. Not a first class operation that I am use to when I fish out of San Diego. BTW, the Ranger 85 operates out of Channel Islands, IMO they need to stay there, they don't have what it takes to be a San Diego sporty.